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It's 15:30 Universal Time. I'm Howard Newberg in Washington.

[1] Investigators from Britain say the force of a suicide bomb attack killed former Pakistani Benazir Bhutto. British police officials said gunfire was not the cause of Ms. Bhutto's death. Their findings support the Pakistani government's report on her murder. Ms. Bhutto's supporters immediately rejected the British report. Her Pakistan People's Party says she died from a bullet wound. The party repeated its earlier calls for a separate United Nations investigation of her death. The former prime minister died after a political gathering in Rawalpindi on December 27th. Pakistani officials cleaned the crime area immediately after the attack. And Ms. Bhutto was buried before medical examiners completed an investigation.

[2] A Kenyan government negotiator says talks on ending the country's political crisis are making what he called extremely good progress. Mutula Kilonzo told Voice of America that the government and Kenyan opposition have reduced their dispute to one issue. But he gave no details. Former United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan is leading the talks. Mr. Annan says there are signs of compromise. He said the two sides will have to make changes in their positions to end the crisis. The former UN leader told British radio Friday that he and negotiators must not fail. At least 1,000 people have been killed in political protest and ethnic violence since the Kenyan elections in December. And another 300,000 have fled their home.

[3] International aid agencies are flying tons of supplies to Cameroon to help 30,000 refugees who fled the fighting in Chad. The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies planned to send about 70 tons of none foods supplies to Kousseri in northern Cameroon. A Red Cross official in Kousseri says people need shelter, water and other supplies. Some of the refugees have made short visits back to the Chadian capital, N'Djamena. Chad's government ordered a nighttime curfew in Ndjamena and six other areas on Thursday. Last week, at least 160 civilians were killed during fighting between government forces and rebels.

[4] The Sri Lankan military says its troops have captured Tamil rebel positions in northern Sri Lanka. The military said 12 Tamil Tiger rebels and two government soldiers were killed in a battle on Friday. It says a one-kilometer area of rebel positions was seized in the Mannar area. The rebels did not immediately comment on the report. Last year the military ousted rebels from their positions in eastern Sri Lanka. Fighting has taken place almost daily in northern rebel territory since the government withdrew from a ceasefire last month. The two sides had agreed to the ceasefire in 2002.

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It's 15:30 Universal Time. I'm Howard Newberg in Washington.

[1] Investigators from Britain say the force of a suicide bomb attack killed former Pakistan Benazir Bhutto. British police officials said gunfire was not the cause of Ms. Bhutto's death. Their finding support a Pakistani government's report on her murder. Ms. Bhutto's supporters immediately rejected the British report. Her Pakistan People's Party says she died from a bullet wound. The party repeated its earlier calls for a separate United Nations investigation of her death. The former prime minister died after a political gathering in Rawalpindi on December 27th. Pakistani officials cleaned the crime area immediately after the attack. And Ms. Bhutto was buried before medical examiners completed an investigation.

[2] A Kenyan government negotiator says talks on ending the country's political crisis are making what he called extremely good progress. Mutula Kilonzo told Voice of America that the government and Kenyan opposition have reduced their dispute to *. But he gave no details. Former United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan is leading the talks. Mr. Annan says there are signs of compromise. He said the two sides will have to make changes in their positions to end the crisis. The former UN leader told British radio Friday that he and negotiators must not fail. At least 1,000 people have been killed in political protest and ethnic violence since the Kenyan elections in December. And another 300,000 have fled their home.

[3] International aid agencies are flying tons of supplies to Cameroon to help 30,000 refugees who fled the fighting in Chad. The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies planned to send about 70 tons of none foods supplies to Kousseri in northern Cameroon. A Red Cross official in Kousseri says people need shelter, water and other supplies. Some other refugees have made short visits back to the Chadian capital, Ndjamena. Chad's government ordered nighttime curfew in Ndjamena and six other areas on Thursday. Last week, at least 160 civilians were killed during fighting between government forces and rebels.

[4] The Sri Lankan military says its troops have captured Tamil rebel positions in northern Sri Lanka. The military said 12 Tamil Tiger rebels and two government soldiers were killed in a battle on Friday. It says a one-kilometer area of rebel position was seized in the M* area. The rebels did not immediately comment on the report. Last year the military ousted rebels from their positions in eastern Sri Lanka. Fighting has taken place almost daily in northern rebel territory since the government withdrew from a ceasefire last month. The two sides had agreed to the ceasefire in 2002.

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(1) Investigators from Britain say the force of Susan.Buma attack killed former Pakistan ex-prime minister EN.E.Butter. British police official said gunfire was not the cause of Miss.Butter’s death. Their finding support Pakistani government’s report on his murder. Mr.Butter’s supporters immediately rejected the British’s report. Her Pakistan peoples party says she died from a bullet wound. The party repeated its early calls for separate United Nation investigation on her death. The former prime minister died after a politic gathering in R.Pendi on December 27th. Pakistani officials clean the C. immediately after the attack. And Miss. Butter was buried before medic examininer completed and investigation.

(2) A Kenya government Negotiators says talks on ending the country’s politic crisis are making what it called extremely good progress. Muto.K told Voice of America that government and Kenya opposition have reduced their dispute to won issue, but he gave no details. Former United Nation secretary general Cofee anan is leading the talks. Mr.anan says there are signs of compromise. He said the two sides were have to make changes in there positions to end the crisis. The former UN leader told British radio Friday that he and the negotiators must not fail. At least 1000 people has been killed in politic protest and ethnic violence since the Kenya elections in December, and another 300 thousands had flight their homes.

(3) International aid agencies are flying towns of supplys to Cameroon to help 30 thousands refugees who flight the fighting in Chad. The international federation of Red Cross and Red crisis societies planed to send about 70 tons of main food supplies to K.S. in northern Cameroon. A Red Cross official in K.S says people need ? water and other supplies. Some of the refugees made short visits back to the Chadian capital Ag.Mela. Chads government ordered 8 time curfew Eg.Mela and six other areas on Thursday. Last week at least 160 surveillance was killed during fighting between government forces and rebels.

(4) The Sri Lankan military says its troops has capture T. rebel positions in northern Sri. Lanka. The military said 12 T. tiger rebels and two government soldiers was killed in the battle on Friday. It is said one kilometer area of rebel positions was ceased in MerLara area. The rebels did not immediately comment on the report. Last year, the military out the rebels from their positions in eastern of Sri. Lanka. Fighting has taken place almost daily in northern rebel territory since the government withdrew from a cease fire last month. The two sides had agree to the cease fire in 2002.

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It's 15:30 Universal Time. I'm Howard Newberg in Washington.

[1] Investigators from Britain say the force of a suicide bomb attack killed former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto. British police official said gunfire was not the cause of Ms Bhutto's death. Their finding support the Pakistani government's report on her murder. Ms Bhutto's supporters immediately rejected the British report. Her Pakistan People's Party says she died from a bullet wound. The party repeated its earlier calls for a separate United Nations investigation on her death. The former Prime Minister died after a political gathering in Rawalpindion December 27th. Pakistani officials cleaned the crime area immediately after the attack. And Ms Bhutto was buried before medical examiners completed an investigation.

[2] A Kenyan government negotiator says talks on ending country's political crisis are making what he called extremely good progress . Mutula Kilonzo told Voice of America that the government and Kenyan opposition have reduced their dispute to one issue,but he gave no details. Former United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan is leading the talks. Mr Annan says there are signs of compromise. He said the two sides will have to make changes in their positions to end the crisis. The former UN leader told British radio Friday that he and the negotiators must not fail. At least 1 000 people have been killed in political protest and ethnic violence since the Kenyan elections in December.And another 300 000 have fled their homes.

[3] International aid agencies are flying tons of supplies to Cameroon to help 30 000 refugees who fled the fighting in Chad. The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent societies plan to send about 70 tons of non-food supplies to Kousseri in northern Cameroon. A Red Cross official in Kousseri says people need shelter, water and other supplies . Some of the refugees have made short visits back to the Chadian capital N'Djamena. Chad's government ordered a nighttime curfew in N'Djamena and six other areas on Thursday. Last week at least 160 civilians were killed during fighting between government forces and rebels.

[4] The Sri Lankan military says its troops have captured Tamil rebel positions in northern Sri Lanka. The military said 12 Tamil Tiger rebels and two government soldiers were killed in a battle on Friday. It says a one-kilometer area of rebel positions was seized in the Mannar area. The rebels did not immediately comment on the report. Last year the military ousted rebels from their positions in eastern Sri Lanka. Fighting has taken place almost daily in northern rebel territory since the government withdrew from a ceasefire last month. The two sides had agreed to the ceasefire in 2002.

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Investigators from Bratain say the force of a suiside bomb attack killed former premirster of Bakistan Mr Puton. The British official says gun fire was not the cause of Mr Buton's death. Their finding supporting the Bakisanian government's report on her murder. Mr Buton's supporters imidiately rejected the British report. Her Bakistan's people party says she died from a bullet wound. The party repeated its earlier call for a seperate investigation by the united nation on her death. The former premister died after a political gathering in rival Pindy on December twenty seventh. Bakistan officials claimed the crime imidately after the attack. And Mr Buton was buried before the medical examiners completed an investigation.

A Kenian government negotiator says talks on ending the country's political crisis are making, what he he called, extremely good progress. XXX told Voice of American that the government and Kenian opposition have reduce their dispute to one issue. But he gave no details. Former United Nation secertory general Kofe Annan is leading the talks. Mr Annan says there are signs of comprimise. He says the to sides all have to made changes in their positions to end crisis. The former UN leader told Braitish Radio friday that he and the negotiators must not failed. At least one thousand people had been killed in political protest and ethinic viallence since the Kenian elections in December. And another three hundred thousand have fled their homes.

International aid agencys are flying tons of supplies to Kamenrol to help thirty thousand refugees who fled the fighting in Jarde. The internationl federation of red cross and red crosson sociaties planned to send about 17 tons of none-food supply to Kosali in northern Kamenrol. A red cross official and crossaly says people need shelter, water and other supplies. Some of the refugees have made short visit back to the Chabin capital Enjomina. Jarde government ordered nighttime curfuing in Jamana and six other areas on Thrusday. Last week, at least one hundred and sixty civilians were killed during fighting between government forces and rebels.

The Srilanka military says its troops had captured Tamia reble positions in northen Srilanka. The official said twelve Tamia rebells and two government soldiers are killd in a battal on Friday. He says one kilometers area of rebel positons was seized in the Mana area. The rebells did not comment on the report. Last year the military ousted rebell from their positions in eastern Srilanka. Fires has been taking place almost daily in north rebell territory since the government withdrow from a seize-fire since last month. For the two sides had agreed to the seize fire in 2002.

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It's 15:30 Universal Time. I'm Howard Newberg in Washington.

[1] Investigators from Britain say the force of a suicide bomb attack killed former Pakistani Benazir Bhutto. British police officials said gunfire was not the cause of Ms. Bhutto's death. Their findings support the Pakistani government's report on her murder. Ms. Bhutto's supporters immediately rejected the British report. Her Pakistan People's Party says she died from a bullet wound. The party repeated its earlier calls for a separate United Nations investigation of her death. The former prime minister died after a political gathering in Rawalpindi on December 27th. Pakistani officials cleaned the crime area immediately after the attack. And Ms. Bhutto was buried before medical examiners completed an investigation.

[2] A Kenyan government negotiator says talks on ending the country's political crisis are making what he called extremely good progress. Mutula Kilonzo told Voice of America that the government and Kenyan opposition have reduced their dispute to one issue. But he gave no details. Former United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan is leading the talks. Mr. Annan says there are signs of compromise. He said the two sides will have to make changes in their positions to end the crisis. The former UN leader told British radio Friday that he and negotiators must not fail. At least 1,000 people have been killed in political protest and ethnic violence since the Kenyan elections in December. And another 300,000 have fled their home.

[3] International aid agencies are flying tons of supplies to Cameroon to help 30,000 refugees who fled the fighting in Chad. The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies planned to send about 70 tons of none foods supplies to Kousseri in northern Cameroon. A Red Cross official in Kousseri says people need shelter, water and other supplies. Some of the refugees have made short visits back to the Chadian capital, N'Djamena. Chad's government ordered a nighttime curfew in Ndjamena and six other areas on Thursday. Last week, at least 160 civilians were killed during fighting between government forces and rebels.

[4] The Sri Lankan military says its troops have captured Tamil rebel positions in northern Sri Lanka. The military said 12 Tamil Tiger rebels and two government soldiers were killed in a battle on Friday. It says a one-kilometer area of rebel positions was seized in the Mannar area. The rebels did not immediately comment on the report. Last year the military ousted rebels from their positions in eastern Sri Lanka. Fighting has taken place almost daily in northern rebel territory since the government withdrew from a ceasefire last month. The two sides had agreed to the ceasefire in 2002.

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